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Will misoprostol tablet cause any side effects ?

I m miscarrying at the moment and was prescribed Misoprostol my by Dr. I started taking the meds yesterday and just took my second dose. When I took it yesterday, it caused a strange sensation in my chest . It was directly in the middle (behind sternum) and went from right below my clavical to the bottom of my ribs. It feels like a swelling and then relaxation of something inside me. It doesn t hurt, it s just really odd and i ve never felt anything like it before. I just took my second and final dose of the meds and am having the sensation again. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Thu, 12 May 2011
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No you needn't worry at all as the drug is given for the treatment of drug induced gastric ulcers.It might cause diarrhea , constipation , nausea etc but all symptoms are momentary.
Answered: Thu, 12 May 2011
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